Controlling contaminants is key to reliable, economical processing across all segments of industry
David Engel, Sulphur Experts, Filtration Division
Sulfur is a major contaminant in the oil and gas industry that exists in various forms and requires separation from both water and process streams. In the many plants that make up the sulfur recovery trail, filtration and other separation processes are important in minimizing process upsets caused by the presence of contaminants. In fact, contamination control through separation is a key step in helping to maintain process control. Many of the lessons learned along the sulfur recovery trail about the need for good separation are equally applicable to other parts of the chemical process industries (CPI).
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